Providence Health Care Foundation
The Greatest Part of Living is Giving
Providence Health Care Foundation is dedicated to supporting the many health services provided through Providence: Providence Centralia Hospital, Providence Regional Cancer Centers, Boldt Diabetes Clinic, Providence Medical Groups, Providence SoundHomeCare & Hospice, Blanchet House, Rossi House and Providence Place. Many gifts to the Foundation are cash gifts given to a designated fund or an area of greatest need.
How you can support the Mission
- Remember family and friends through a memorial or honorarium gift
- Pledge to make an annual contribution
- Consider gifts of stock, bonds or real estate
- Make a charitable bequest through your will
- Purchase a memorial paver, located in the Mother Joseph Memorial Garden
- Become a sponsor at one of the major fundraising events
- Create a new source of income for yourself through a charitable annuity.
For more information about current gift planning options and giving opportunities, please email the Foundation.
The staff can provide you with complimentary and confidential computations at no obligation. They can work with your financial and legal advisors and ensure that your personal financial goals are honored.
Help Providence during the COVID-19 crisis
During this COVID-19 pandemic, we at Providence have seen the compassion and genuine care from individuals and businesses of our community.
Although specific needs for COVID-19 recovery continue to evolve, we know they will be significant. Below are several funds we would ask you to consider supporting as they will provide direct help, needed equipment and supplies.
Greatest Need Fund
This fund provides the greatest flexibility and accessibility to address immediate needs. Both Providence foundations in Southwest Washington use gifts to this fund to directly support their affiliated hospitals and programs. Greatest need funds will be used to support COVID-19 response and recovery.
Patient Assistance Fund
The Sister Rita Patient Assistance fund (Providence St. Peter Hospital) and Sister Carolyn Patient Assistance fund (Providence Centralia Hospital) are used regularly to remove barriers for patients awaiting discharge from the hospital. These can include transportation, lodging, food, clothing and other needs preventing them from making the transition out of the hospital when inpatient care is no longer required. These funds benefit patients being discharged and those waiting admission when hospital beds are in high demand.
Employee Emergency Assistance Fund
Established and funded primarily by Providence employees to support emergent needs of their coworkers, donations to either foundation for this purpose will be available to our caregivers needing financial assistance due to COVID-19 or any other unforeseen financial hardship in their household. These funds are available to employees of all Providence ministries in Southwest Washington.
Whatever you can do to show your support for our caregivers and patients, please know it matters deeply to us. Whether a prayer for their protection or a donation to provide direct support, care and comfort, you are making a difference. You are helping save lives in our community.